Chromebooks are becoming a more and more popular choice for schools, and for good reason. They’re affordable, secure, and easy to use. But what happens if one of these devices is accidentally broken or damaged? How much does it cost to repair or replace them? Read on to find out.
We all know that when it comes to school, anything can happen. And if something does happen to your Chromebook, the school might not be too happy about it. So, how much will you have to pay if you break your Chromebook? Let’s take a look.
If you’re a student in a school, your Chromebook might be your most important possession. Sure, there’s the occasional field trip or special project that requires taking it home with you, but for the most part it stays at school. So what happens when you drop and break your Chromebook?
For all you students out there, this blog post is for you. Have you ever had the feeling that your school made a big mistake? Probably not. But if they did, it would be when they decided to invest in Chromebooks for their students. It’s no secret that the Chromebook market has been declining since Apple released their iPad Pro in 2017 and Google decided to discontinue its Pixelbook last year.
At first glance, these devices may look like an investment worth taking but I’m here to tell you otherwise! From my experience as a student who has broken her own school-issued Chromebook twice in less than 2 years of use, I have compiled a list of reasons why investing in one is actually throwing your money away!